News update 14th June 2015 experimenting with DMR radio with a CS700 handheld, a working project for the autumn and winter.
Nearest DMR repeater is GB7GF Guildford but out of range from the QTH. Okay from the work QTH. (It will still be on analogue as GB3GF 433.300).
Also new DMR repeater at Epsom GB7EP. New repeater for Reading proposed, GB7RU vetting not cleared yet..
Also operating a Hytera MD785 from home on DMR now through GB7NS and WL. GB7HR due in June 2015.
My local analogue repeater is GB3FN 433.375 and I use it regulary.
Active on 60m on 5.403.5 or alternative 5.398.5 on Sunday mornings 09:00 and Tuesday evenings 19:00 Tri-Service net with RNARS / RSARS / RAFARS
Now sending and receiveing QSL cards again
Shortwave listener as BRS85179
Licensed since 1984 interested in HF radio operating using Yaesu FT847 and a full size G5RV and mobile on VHF / UHF FM, with Kenwood TMD710E
VHF / UHF operation via a Kenwood TMD700 from home
Handhels are a Baofeng 5REPlus and a CS700 DMR / Analogue.
Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society RNARS 2954. ( Ex Sea Cadet)
Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society RSARS 2639
(Ex Royal Artillery 100 Regiment)
Member of RAFARS 4454 Associate member
Farnborough and District Radio Society
Surrey Radio Contact Club. http://www.g3src.org.uk/
Use the local UHF Repeater GB3FN on 433.375 (Farnham) driving to and from work http://www.farnhamvhfgroup.org.uk/
Can be found occasionally on Echolink.
Ash Vale Virtual Amateur Radio Club Owner and moderator of
only exists in cyber space, no constitution, no fees, except for an occasional social meeting when we feel like it, page on Facebook 35 members.
Non amateur radio modes of comms on LinkedIn / Facebook / Twitter http://twitter.com/g1lkj
Also hold the callsign M3LKJ
I work in the aerospace industry in the UK.
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